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|Title:||Social security: How Singapore does it|
|Source:||Choon, A.T.,Low, L. (1996). Social security: How Singapore does it. Asian Pacific Journal of Social Work 6 (1) : 97-117. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Singapore's social security system through its Central Provident Fund (CPF) has gone beyond old age provisions. A British legacy, this fully funded CPF scheme has been refined into an all-purpose package for home ownership, medical, local tertiary education and asset ownership. It has become a life-long provision through a portfolio of continuous managed investment.|
|Source Title:||Asian Pacific Journal of Social Work|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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